Gabe Mastromatteo of the University of Toronto broke his 2nd U Sports record in two nights on Friday at the Canadian U Sports Championships.
Mastromatteo obliterated the U SPORTS Record by nearly a full second in 27.53 as he neared the Canadian Record of 27.53 that has been on the books since 2009.
The Calgary Dinos men’s team pose after winning their 21st Can West conference title earlier this season.
Toronto once again dominated in the pool at the OUA Championships in London, with the men winning a 19th straight title and the women making it nine in a row.
Toronto first-year Nina Mollin rolled to three wins as the Varsity Blues swept U SPORTS rival Calgary on Saturday in the Ontario capital.
In the midst of a busy weekend, second-year Gabe Mastromatteo won the men’s 100 breast (1:02.60) and 200 breast (2:24.99) at the Toronto Grand Prix.
The Varsity Blues earned dominant victories over UNLV and Denver in Las Vegas as head coach Byron MacDonald achieved a historic milestone.
Wog’s time came just eight one-hundredths shy of the U SPORTS record, a 2:18.59 set by former world record holder Annamay Pierse in 2009.
Secchi put up a time of 23.23, breaking the previous U SPORTS record of 23.31 set by UBC’s Coleman Allen in 2015.
Kelsey Wog (above), Markus Thormeyer, and Emily Overholt will all be chasing at their 4th individual wins on Saturday.
Emily Overholt has won five gold medals through two days of the U SPORTS Championships and is position to add to her haul on the final night.
After winning two individual gold medals on day one, Victoria’s Danielle Hanus enters day two finals with the top seed in two more events.
Markus Thormeyer registered a personal best and new U SPORTS Championship Record in the men’s SCM 100 back at Day 2 prelims in Victoria, clocking 51.57.
UBC’s Emily Overholt will be looking to defend her titles in both the women’s 200 free and 400 IM on the first night of finals at the U SPORTS Championships.
Katrina Bellio of Etobicoke won her third individual gold medal of the 2019 Canadian Championships in Winnipeg, topping the women’s 1500 free field.